Child Soldiers Drugged & Forced to Kill
Independent Films, Women, Web Series, Teens, Interviews, Documentaries
Children in armed conflict are uniquely vulnerable to military recruitment where they are drugged, forced to join armed groups and kill. Subjected to abhorrent abuse, including sexual violence, thousands of children throughout the world are witnesses to death, and suffer long-term psychological consequences.
Diplomatically Incorrect turns its attention to this crisis and the tragedy of Child Soldiers as Tom Osborne interviews Radhika Coormaraswamy, Special Representative of the Secretary General for Children of Armed Conflict.
Year of Production: 2010
Length: 20 minutes
Country: United Nations
Child Soldiers Drugged & Forced to Kill by DiplomaticallyIncorrect is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Share Alike 3.0 License.
- Ken McCaleb, UNTV Credit Tom Osborne
- Tom Osborne Susan Sacirbey